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Kloster Drübeck with the highest regardIn the monastery of Drübeck, acquaintances become friendships, interest becomes a partnership – you don’t leave Kloster Drübeck without carrying a small part of the monastery with you in your soul. But please take a look for yourself…
Map of the monastery complex
To help you find your way around, you can download our map of the monastery complex here (PDF).
The founding of the monastery and today’s function
The earliest mention of Kloster Drübeck goes back to a document from Emperor Otto I, who donated land to the monastery in 960. The best way to get to know the interesting history of the monastery is to join a guided tour of the grounds and through the Romanesque church.Nowadays the monastery of Drübeck understands itself as a place of reflection, education and encounters in the tradition of the Benedictine nuns and the former Protestant women’s convent. The diverse spiritual life in combination with inviting hospitality finds its way into the careful building and garden concepts. Particular value is placed on fair and attentive collegiality in connection with ecologically conscious action. Finally, it should be emphasized that the monastery and its employees live and work in the spirit of Jesus Christ.The Evangelisches Zentrum Kloster Drübeck is today a conference center of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany with the following associated institutes: